Who Is America? - Sarah Palin segment never airs on Showtime

Who Is America? - Sarah Palin segment never airs on Showtime

(Photo: Evan Agostini/Invision/AP) After Christina's exit, Baron Cohen, in character, confessed to Simpson: "She's stunning, nevertheless in most cases I are looking out for to abolish her".

Sacha Baron Cohen's "Who Is America?" finale may not have aired Sarah Palin's controversial interview on Sunday, but bosses did end up giving her a special shout-out.

Disguised as an Italian playboy named Gio Monaldo, Baron Cohen awkwardly joked with Simpson about wanting to murder his own girlfriend, and tried unsuccessfully to get the former National Football League great to admit to killing his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson. Gio explains to his girlfriend Christina that Simpson, who he calls a "women's rights activist", was a Buffalo Bill and appeared in the "Naked Gun" films.

Simpson insisted he only wanted to retrieve personal mementos and items that were stolen from him following his acquittal in Los Angeles in the 1994 slayings of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ronald Goldman.

"Oopsy daisy", Simpson replies, laughing along. The segment continues on and, after the young woman leaves Monaldo and Simpson to talk among themselves, Monaldo kids about how he sometimes just wants to kill his girlfriend. He added: "I are looking out for to ship her on a non-public helicopter tour over the Big Canyon - oops-a-daisy".

Cohen high-fives Simpson, but Simpson laughs and repeatedly says "stop".

A preview clip shows Cohen, in character, trying to get a confession out of Simpson.

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After telling a fictional tale about how his wife committed suicide, Gio then says, "We got something in common".

In case you are a mere tween, totally ignorant or were fortunately sheltered from the heart-wrenching spectacle of the OJ Simpson case, we'll sum it up briefly.

However, Simpson laughed and said, "No, I didn't kill nobody".

But Baron Cohen managed to impress some viewers.

At some point during the interview, LaVergne said, Simpson realized it was "Sacha Baron Cohen doing his thing", based on a few tells that gave it away: a legal pad he took out during the conversation - which isn't something a billionaire playboy would be using - and the fact that Cohen is 6'3.

Cohen has disguised himself as different characters during the season and has gone after big names including Ted Koppel, Bernie Sanders, Roy Moore and Georgia politician Jason Spencer who was forced to resign after Cohen, who was portraying an Israeli military officer convinced him to shout racial slurs during counterterrorism strategy training. "What, you did no longer abolish him too, did you?" "In Italian, it translates to, uh, somebody who, uh, murders women".

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